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Sheldon Drug Coy.

15 O'Connell-street, Sydney, N.S.W. Dear Sirs,— While rehearsing on the stage recently I contracted a very severe cold, which quite incapacitated me from work. After using a small bottle of Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption, I was entirely cured. I voluntarily give my testimonial to the great efficiency of this remedy. Yours faithfully, MARIE D'ALTON Williamson's Dramatic Company. Sydney, March 21st, 1904. For sale by E. A. Manning, chemist, Lawrence, and W. Auld and Son, Waitahuna. A well-known Wyndham farmer, Mr Thomas Ayson, has had the courage amidst the storm of protests that have emanated from Farmers' Unions over the length and breadth of the colony to express his appreciation of the Government's Land Bill. A Costly Cough. The uncared-for cough, the cough you let go on, hoping it wilf cure itself, is the castly cough, ft is the cough that annoys you, keeps on hacking and tearing the d«ncat« and aensiyjys menil}r&neß &HQ tissues of throat, until it is impossible to cure. Take care of your cough now. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It soothes, relieves, and cures. For |ale by H. Bowie and Arthur Bros., agents for Tuapeka. The agreement arrived at by the Sheep, owners' Union and Shearers' Union fixes the terms for work till March, 1908. The price will be 16s 8d per 100, with rations, or an extra 3s 4d where the men find {\i emsel yes. A Modern Remedy. Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption gets to the root of the trouble and effects a permanent cure. For sale by E. A. Manning, chemist, Law* rence, and W. Auld and Son, Waitahuna . Joseph Smith, the Mormon President, was arrested at New York for having six wives. He has 43 children.

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Sheldon Drug Coy., Tuapeka Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 5407, 10 October 1906

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Sheldon Drug Coy. Tuapeka Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 5407, 10 October 1906

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